Australian legislation now requires designers and project managers to demonstrate competence in EDSM as part of their mandatory licensing as a rail safety worker. This course will not only underpin the demonstration of the necessary skills, but provide unique insights and quality, practical guidance.
Key Learning Outcomes:
-- Demonstrate a sound understanding of the principles of EDSM
-- Appreciate risk in the context of the railway, design and safety management
-- Describe how design and the safety life cycle interact and influence each other
-- Relate current best practice including safety standards such as EN50126 to your own business
-- Identify and use relevant standards to aid management of design risk
-- Identify hazards, assess risks and understand risk assessment and its approaches
-- Discover relevant standards and illustrate how risks in general should be managed Describe different approaches to risk acceptance and ALARP and learn to apply the current and developing legislative requirements for rail design risk
-- Contribute to a safety plan and communicate safety-related information including hazard logs and other safety records
-- Understand the need for a risk based systems engineering lifecycle approach to enable built-in safety, value and performance
-- Make decisions which optimise system safety and engineering design requirements in a business context
-- Explain the concept of the designer as a rail safety worker and its implications
-- Use case studies to understand the potential for things to go wrong and develop the practical risk management skills
-- Understand project management, systems engineering and integration, validation and stakeholder management in the overall rail business context.
About the Course: This 3 day course provides engineers, managers and others involved in safety-related projects with a detailed understanding of the fundamentals of EDSM supported by competency based structure.
Price: $4284.50 AUD